The National Risk Retention Association (NRRA) held its third annual Leader’s Summit virtually from February 9 to 10, 2021. With attendance at the Leader’s summit up this year, and interest in risk retention groups increasing due to the hard market, NRRA is now looking to its Fall Conference and the hope of meeting in-person.
“For all intents and purposes, the event turned out to be a success. The speakers and the moderators and the thought leaders did a marvelous job in each of their sessions,” said NRRA Executive Director Joe Deems. “We averaged around 50 attendees the last two years. This year we had more than 80 people sign up. And of the 80, around 74 of them attended.”
Although the conference was closed to the press, which Deems states allows the risk retention group executives who attend to “let their hair down,” Deems said that the “Visit with the Regulators” session was well-received.
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